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The Millennium Falcon 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

Type:  Boulder, 15'
Consensus:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
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Submitted By: Alex Garhart on Nov 3, 2007

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BETA PHOTO: The Falcon, looking back toward Monument Road.


Climb the obvious line along the juggy overhang to the carved out dish. Make an awkward mantle to the top.


Upon entering Dynamite Shacks parking area, follow the first trail leading right (back toward GJ) all the way to its end, and the problem is obvious.


Crash pad.

Photos of The Millennium Falcon Slideshow Add Photo
Mike warming up.
Mike warming up.
Red - V2 variation Green - Conventional V1 start
BETA PHOTO: Red - V2 variation Green - Conventional V1 start
Best beginner problem in GJ.
Best beginner problem in GJ.
Millennium Falcon
Millennium Falcon
Night shot of Skyeler on the Falcon.
Night shot of Skyeler on the Falcon.
Workin the Falcon
Workin the Falcon
BETA PHOTO: Location.
Buddy John doing the falcon before Winter '09.
Buddy John doing the falcon before Winter '09.
Millenium Falcon.
Millenium Falcon.
Getting started on the Falcon.
Getting started on the Falcon.
Millennium Falcon.
Millennium Falcon.

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By Alex Garhart
Nov 14, 2007

A pumpy V2 variation sit starts low on the right side and traverses up and left to join the conventional route.
By Ryko
Jun 16, 2008

I obviously missed this problem while I was out there. That's alright. It was in the '90s and found plenty of other stuff to leave some skin on. Fun looking rock though.
By Hans Hoffman
From: D'iberville, MS
Nov 20, 2010
rating: V1 5

It looks like a new problem was put up about 6ft to the left of the Millennium start. It starts matched on a crimp, throw right to a small hueco and match, then throw right to the last big flake and top out. Try it sometime.
By Bradley Mark Edwards
From: Grand Junction, CO
Oct 7, 2012

I don't know how accurate this is, but on rockclimbing.com, there's information on a V3 variation if you campus the Falcon. Pretty sweet.
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